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The shadow of diclofenac hangs over European vultures

AuthorsMargalida, Antoni ; Oliva-Vidal, Pilar
Issue Date2017
PublisherNature Publishing Group
CitationNature Ecology and Evolution 1: 1050 (2017)
AbstractOf the sixteen Old World vultures, 81% are globally threatened or near-threatened; four vulture species inhabit Europe, of which three are threatened or near-threatened. Since 1993, the EU and various national governments have invested significant financial resources in the conservation of vultures — including at least 76 LIFE projects related to these species — and between 1993 and 2014 spent €121.9 million, of which €59.7 million came from European funds. During this period, Spain, home to 90% of all European vultures, invested €72.8 million (€30.8 million received from EU) on 38 projects related to vulture conservation.
DescriptionCorrespondence to the Editor.
Publisher version (URL)https://www.nature.com/articles/s41559-017-0255-y
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